I get this kind of questions a lot: "What should my son be doing between games to keep his arm healthy this season?" Pitching is a pretty high risk/high reward pursuit.
Okay, LOOOoooong overdue... Finally back with Step 3 for building your own velocity program... This is very often the #1 Missing Ingredient in a pitcher's development... And this, in my opinion, is mainly for
Rule #1 for pitching success this season: [h1]Stay HEALTHY[/h1] There's no more helpless feeling than sitting the bench with a sore (or injured) arm. Believe me, I know this all too well. And
If you get my emails, you're probably already well aware that pitchers are some of the most amazing athletes in the world... (don't let some of their physiques fool you) And
If you've followed my site, you know I'm a big on getting your hips into your pitching delivery. It's something I talk about in two recent video lessons - here
In addition to bringing you guys fresh pitching content with my own instructional articles, videos, etc., one of the things I like to do from time to time is share
So, it's been one of those crazy weeks... Ever feel like you're being pulled in 1,000 different directions? So rather than scramble and hurry together a new post for
Okay, so in my last post I discussed what I consider some misrepresentations out there when it comes to coaches selling parents and pitchers on the importance of "good pitching
When I was coming up as a young pitcher, it was pretty well accepted that pitchers should run long distance. So in college and in the minors we ran poles,
Did you see the recent article on Bryce Harper in the Washington Post? If you haven’t read it yet, check it out online (there are some pretty cool interactive graphics).
Are little league pitching mechanics the same as major league mechanics? In a previous post, I wrote about teaching pitching mechanics to Little League pitchers, and how I recommend taking a